CROSS BORDER PHENOMENA — Hannah Theodorou Exhibition

Psychedelic art exhibition by Bangkok based artist, Hannah Theodorou . 20 May – 11 June 2017 at Jam Cafe Bangkok.
Exploring the realms of pyschogeography.
Hannah Theodorou – Silom & Beyond



An artist from London; she graduated as an architecture student in 2013 and since then has been playfully engaged in various creative projects. Since living in Asia she has focused mainly on the visual arts and the occasional installation and sculpture. Her main subject focus is psychogeography an architectural theory revolving around mindful awareness of the built environment. Hoping to further her career as an artist Hannah is leaving Bangkok to study in Europe and hopes to return to show more work in the future.

Hannah Theodorou’s Website

PsychoGeographic Journey Through Bangkok

Earlier this year i made this video with a wonderful friend of mine and never posted it as i felt it may have confused people… Today friends pushed me to re-watch this and actually post it! After re-watching i appreciate how beautiful the video is and how (maybe in a slightly confusing fashion) it does explain what PsychoGeography means to me and my interpretation of that is. Although i am constantly finding out more and more about the theory, I normally end up on a wild goose chase of strange and wonderful publications and secret meetings of eccentric scholarly enthusiasts.
This VIDEO however, was me attempting to reconnect with my surrounds in a way that would allow me not to shy away from new experience and would push my walks to the edge! I guess the day all in all was an extremely fun one, I walked for 7 hours on a mission to find only the things that would appear and only interact with those on my path. The path was unknown and decided by paper fortune-tellers which where written by strangers. For me there is nothing more important then to understand in some way the topography of where you are on this earth and what relation of the city has to you personally.
In many ways the city is sly hiding its ugly parts under its skin, commercialisation and the never-ending human endeavour to show wealth is growing the city into a large stage of glass and steel pop up events.
If your interested in know more about psychogeography, lets go for a walk.

The most hugest thanks to Bucket Hat Videos and Mr Curzon xxx

Posted by Hannah Theodorou Art on Thursday, 22 December 2016

Hannah Theodorou – PsychoGeographic Journey Through Bangkok


Hannah Theodorou – City & Sub 01
Hannah Theodorou – Outer Space
Hannah Theodorou – Parking at the Space Station

Hannah Theodorou – Untitled



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